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MONKEY BEACH ERIN ROBINSON 1 Monkey Beach Erin Robinson
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In the novel Monkey Beach, Gladys and Albert Hill had two children namely Jimmy and Lisa. Jimmy was a swimmer and he used to practice for the Olympics swimming competition while Lisa Marie the main protagonist of the novel, was always able to communicate with other worldly beings. Lisa also has got terrible premonition about what is likely to happen in the future which was perceived as a sixth sense that was able to communicate to her and warn in case something horrible was likely to happen (Robinson, 2000). Gladys and Albert receive a telephone call about the disappearance of both their son Jimmy together with his co-worker Josh. Their disappearance was so mysterious in that there was no sign of them, either dead or alive. Lisa decides to go to the beach in search of his brother with hope that she will find him well and alive. Jimmy’s boat was on the beach with no sight of neither Jimmy nor his co-worker. His disappearance means that he had drowned
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